Sherwin S. Goldstein
1934 - 2020
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Sherwin "Sonny" Goldstein, of Chicago and Las Vegas, was born March 19, 1934 and passed away on October 2, 2020. Loving husband of Barbara Goldstein, née Wolfson for 64 years. Beloved son of the late Mary and Al Goldstein. Cherished father of Howard, Janet (Larry) Sills, and Arnie. Adored grandfather of Jenna Lewis (Brandon) Barker, Melissa (Nate) Siegel, and Ethan Sills. Proud great grandfather of Sophie and Ryan Lewis, and Nora Siegel. Sherwin was a University of Michigan graduate and an avid U of M football fan. He attended every home game for 40 years and was very proud of that. (GO BLUE!). Donations in Sherwin's memory may be made to CS Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI, Service and interment private. Arrangements entrusted to Lakeshore Jewish Funerals, 773-625-8621

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Published in Chicago Tribune on Oct. 11, 2020.
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October 14, 2020
Dear Dad, Who has it better than us? Nobody. (Jim Harbaugh)
At Melissa and Nate’s wedding you said the Hamotzi. Then you proudly said, “Nobody has it better than us”. You always enjoyed speaking in front of a crowd. That was most likely your last one. You went out in your very own style, in your very own way. I will always honor you and love you. And I will always miss you. With enduring love, Janet xoxoxo
Janet Sills
October 12, 2020
Our family is sorry to hear about Sonny's passing. We will never forget attending a Illinois-Michigan game with him & Arnie. He showed us around Ann Arbor. May you rejoice in the wonderful memories that you have from his any years with you. Mona. Harold & David Shabelman
Mona, Harold, & David Shabelman
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